The stunningly curated French Provincial limestone façade home at 3901 Turtle Creek Boulevard #9 blends profound elegance and flawless balance. The front entry, which is adorned with 24-karat gold P.E. Guerin hardware and polished marble floors, sets the tone for the fine quality revealed throughout. Continue Reading…
Essay by Rob Brinkley / Photographs by Mei-Chun Jau
It’s a rags-to-riches story — where the rags are played by denim. We open in Fort Worth, 1922, where two men have just shaken hands on their new company. Their big idea? Bib overalls, made of tough cotton denim, the fanciest ones striped in fine lines of blue and white. With one of the men’s son, the three grow it into a mighty fine business. But some plot twists are necessary: The Great Depression will be a doozy, followed by World War II, wherein the company will be sequestered by the United States Armed Forces to make millions and millions of uniforms. Most of the civilian production will grind to a halt, all in the name of duty.
The Sotheby’s International Realty® brand has introduced revolutionary augmented reality (AR) app Curate by Sotheby’s International Realty(sm). Here are some of the ways the app will benefit homebuyers, sellers, and real estate agents.
B MAGAZINE | THE INSIDE ISSUE: SPRING + SUMMER 2018
In today’s Wall Street Journal, inserted as a paid supplement inside North Texas subscriber copies, there is something quite special: the latest issue of B, the luxury lifestyle magazine published by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. This one is a real page-turner, full of fascinating stories about private places, from a tiny Dallas apartment that lives like a manor house to an exclusive look inside the design department of Dickies, the great Fort Worth–based workwear company whose story just keeps getting better — and more global. It’s all paired with some of our most intriguing listings, everything from mansions to ranch land. Enjoy every page.
The Sotheby’s International Realty brand also reported growth across its global network. At year-end, the network totaled nearly 950 offices and approximately 22,000 sales associates worldwide.
Your new home serves as the outward expression of your inner self — and it’s what you display inside it that makes it highly unique.
Sotheby’s International Realty recently revealed some key steps to curating an art collection that not only speaks to you, but is displayed at its best.
Photo by Glen Wood / Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo
Susan Medina is a Southern woman and, like many magnolias, she’s tough as nails when it comes to telling the absolute truth to clients who need to hear it. Medina, president and founder of SKM Communication Strategies, doesn’t believe in dancing around a subject. “I never tell clients what I think they’d want to hear,” she says. “I am honest and candid. I want to know I’ve brought value to them.”
Video / All properties sold in 2017 by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty agents.
Per recent data from North Texas Real Estate Information Systems, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty sold more homes across Dallas and Fort Worth in 2017 than any other firm for properties priced more than $550,000 and more than $1 million.
Photo / Dickies Arena, Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo
In January 2020, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo will open the chutes in the new Dickies Arena in the southwest corner of the Will Rogers Memorial Center. The arena, echoing closely the design of the center’s iconic Art Deco tower, signifies its status as a complement to the beloved 1936 coliseum with two Deco-style towers of its own, which should make the boots-and-jeans crowd feel right at home in the new venue. Continue Reading…
With a new year comes thoughts of how to renovate, refresh and redecorate our living spaces. But design trends are notoriously fickle. The best way to be clued in? Pinterest recently released its year-end trend report, The Pinterest 100, with one hundred trend predictions — backed by global data — across its top categories. There was a 75 percent increase in home-centric Pins, according to the report. Furthermore, users put their money where their saved images are; people who use Pinterest spend 27 percent more on decor than people who don’t. Continue Reading…